On The Main Blog

Creative Minority Reader

New Mexico Assaults Religious Liberty

The latest battleground is New Mexico. In 2008, the New Mexico Human Rights Commission found Elane Photography, an Albuquerque photography studio co-owned by Elaine Huguenin and her husband, Jonathan, guilty of discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation for refusing to photograph Vanessa Willock’s same-sex “commitment ceremony.” The court ordered the business to pay $6,600 in attorney’s fees.

If it was little surprise that the commission found in favor of Willock, it was a shock when, last month, the New Mexico Court of Appeals upheld the ruling.

Continue reading>>>

Your Ad Here

2 comments:

Mary De Voe said...

It is called FREE ENTERPRISE. No wonder jobs are flying to Japan. FREE ENTERPRISE is being strangled by progressive liberal dictates, enforced by the judiciary who do not know what FREE ENTERPRISE means. Isn't the HHS mandate imposed, as is Obamacare, through interstate commerce laws? In other words, If you live interstate in America, you are going to do whatever the court, government, imposes. FREE ENTERPRISE. IT IS CALLED FREE ENTERPRISE and it is the only remedy to joblessness.

Mary De Voe said...

and speaking of FREE ENTERPRISE, insurance companies need to sue because Obamcare for infringing and impinging on their hard earned FREE ENTERPRISE. If the insurance companies are in bed with Obamacare, they ought to be ashamed of themselves.


Popular Posts